13 May 2013

TPN Opens New European HQ in Amsterdam

13 May 2013 - Thinking Phone Networks (TPN) has opened its new regional headquarters in Amsterdam. In addition, the company announced the appointment of Ronald Rubens as vice president of the region. TPN is expanding into the EMEA region to meet global customer demand and to capitalize on the increasing desire for cloud communications services in the EMEA region. 

Recognized as a Gartner, Inc. North America UCaaS Magic Quadrant “Leader,” Thinking Phone Networks offers enterprise-class UC capabilities plus robust analytics that enhance collaboration, streamline business processes, and lower costs. The new European headquarters will coordinate the company’s sales, marketing, and operations activities in the EMEA region

“I am excited to launch the most innovative cloud-based UC services in the industry to a wide range of customers in Europe,” noted Rubens. “Thinking Phone Networks offers revolutionary analytics-driven software applications via a global delivery model that includes integrated back-office tools to speed service deployment. We believe this award-winning solution will be very well received by EMEA business partners.” 

Global demand for cloud communications services is increasing, particularly in the EMEA region,” said Steve Kokinos, President and CEO of Thinking Phone Networks. “We are pleased to have Ronald join our global team. He brings an extensive record building strong sales and marketing organizations in the region and has an intimate understanding of the key drivers of cloud communications growth, including the increasingly mobile and distributed ways of work as well as the desire to lower communications overhead and costs.” 

Ronald Rubens brings more than 23 years of experience in the enterprise communications and cloud industry, with a diverse background that includes senior management positions in sales, marketing, strategy, and product management. Prior to joining Thinking Phone Networks, Rubens held executive positions with Avaya, CosmoCom, and NEC. 

Source: Thinking Phone Networks